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6CD box set of Metallica-approved NWOBHM. For Fans Of Metallica, Iron Maiden, and Diamond Head. Heavy Metal Mania from the early 80s. Holocaust might have ended up as a small, albeit important and influential, footnote in the annals of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, and heavy metal in general, if it wasn't for the patronage of one very famous group of fans in Metallica. From the start, Metallica were more than happy to acknowledge the ongoing influence of groups from this side of the pond, especially those who were part of the NWOBHM, through various B-Sides and EPs. In 1987, they released The $5. 98 E. P. - 'Garage Days Re-Revisited' EP, which included their faithful cover of Holocaust's 'The Small Hours', and later also included it on the 1998 multi-platinum selling 'Garage Inc'. Right from the start, Holocaust set out their stall with one agenda, and that was to spread 'Heavy Metal Mania', which was suitably the title of their debut 45 in 1980, followed by the 'Smokin' Valves' single the same year. Releasing their full length debut in 1981, 'The Nightcomers' (CD1) features the raw and untamed energy that would give their NWOBHM peers south of the border a good run for their money, with the self-explanatory 'Death Or Glory', the aforementioned 'Smokin' Valves', plus a re-recording of debut, 'Heavy Metal Mania. As most bands made their money selling albums, touring for an independent band could be an expensive venture for a band based in Scotland, so they made the admirable decision to film and record their 1981 show at the Nite Club in Edinburgh. Retailing at a hefty £29. 95 (well in excess of over £100 in today's money), the 80-minute film did capture Holocaust's raw exuberance, with tracks such as 'Bridge Of Impressions', 'Out My Book' and 'Jirmakenyerut'. CD2 presents the audio soundtrack to the live video, and includes the first airing for the above mentioned classic, 'The Small Hours'. The set is completed with their 'No Man's Land' album and Ed Dudley's Hologram band's 'Steal the Stars' after he left Holocaust in 1983; plus all of the group's original singles and B-sides.
6CD box set of Metallica-approved NWOBHM. For Fans Of Metallica, Iron Maiden, and Diamond Head. Heavy Metal Mania from the early 80s. Holocaust might have ended up as a small, albeit important and influential, footnote in the annals of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, and heavy metal in general, if it wasn't for the patronage of one very famous group of fans in Metallica. From the start, Metallica were more than happy to acknowledge the ongoing influence of groups from this side of the pond, especially those who were part of the NWOBHM, through various B-Sides and EPs. In 1987, they released The $5. 98 E. P. - 'Garage Days Re-Revisited' EP, which included their faithful cover of Holocaust's 'The Small Hours', and later also included it on the 1998 multi-platinum selling 'Garage Inc'. Right from the start, Holocaust set out their stall with one agenda, and that was to spread 'Heavy Metal Mania', which was suitably the title of their debut 45 in 1980, followed by the 'Smokin' Valves' single the same year. Releasing their full length debut in 1981, 'The Nightcomers' (CD1) features the raw and untamed energy that would give their NWOBHM peers south of the border a good run for their money, with the self-explanatory 'Death Or Glory', the aforementioned 'Smokin' Valves', plus a re-recording of debut, 'Heavy Metal Mania. As most bands made their money selling albums, touring for an independent band could be an expensive venture for a band based in Scotland, so they made the admirable decision to film and record their 1981 show at the Nite Club in Edinburgh. Retailing at a hefty £29. 95 (well in excess of over £100 in today's money), the 80-minute film did capture Holocaust's raw exuberance, with tracks such as 'Bridge Of Impressions', 'Out My Book' and 'Jirmakenyerut'. CD2 presents the audio soundtrack to the live video, and includes the first airing for the above mentioned classic, 'The Small Hours'. The set is completed with their 'No Man's Land' album and Ed Dudley's Hologram band's 'Steal the Stars' after he left Holocaust in 1983; plus all of the group's original singles and B-sides.
5013929928022

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Format: CD
Label: HNE
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 5013929928022

Heavy Metal Mania: Complete Recordings Volume 1
Artist: Holocaust
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Smokin' Valves
2. Death or Glory
3. Come on Back
4. Mavrock
5. It Don't Matter to Me
6. Cryin' Shame
7. Heavy Metal Mania (Re-Recorded Version)
8. Push It Around
9. The Nightcomers
10. No Nonsense
11. Push It Around
12. Death or Glory
13. Bridge of Impressions
14. Out My Book
15. Jirmakenyerut
16. Heavy Metal Mania
17. The Small Hours
18. Forcedown Breakdown
19. Lovin' Feelin' Danger
20. Crying Shame
21. The Nightcomers
22. Smokin' Valves
23. Long the Bell Will Toll
24. It Don't Matter to Me
25. Can't Live Without You Anymore
26. 17
27. Expected to
28. Together Again
29. Shoot the Moon
30. African
31. Lost in Love
32. Vigilante Man
33. Desolation Island
34. Cliché Pastiche
35. No Nonsense
36. Smokin' Valves
37. Long the Bell Will Toll
38. Jirmakenyerut
39. The Small Hours
40. Forcedown Breakdown
41. Heavy Metal Mania / the Nightcomers
42. No Man's Land
43. We Will Rock and We Will Roll
44. No Time Left
45. Let's Go
46. On the Ropes
47. Satellite City
48. Power Play
49. By the Waterside
50. Missing Presumed Dead
51. Alone
52. Here Comes the Good Times
53. Heavy Metal Mania
54. Love's Power
55. Only As Young As You Feel
56. Smokin' Valves
57. Friend or Foe
58. Out My Book
59. Lovin' Feelin' Danger
60. No Nonsense
61. Death or Glory
62. Forcedown Breakdown
63. Coming Through
64. Don't Wanna Be (A Loser)
65. Good Thing

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6CD box set of Metallica-approved NWOBHM. For Fans Of Metallica, Iron Maiden, and Diamond Head. Heavy Metal Mania from the early 80s. Holocaust might have ended up as a small, albeit important and influential, footnote in the annals of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal, and heavy metal in general, if it wasn't for the patronage of one very famous group of fans in Metallica. From the start, Metallica were more than happy to acknowledge the ongoing influence of groups from this side of the pond, especially those who were part of the NWOBHM, through various B-Sides and EPs. In 1987, they released The $5. 98 E. P. - 'Garage Days Re-Revisited' EP, which included their faithful cover of Holocaust's 'The Small Hours', and later also included it on the 1998 multi-platinum selling 'Garage Inc'. Right from the start, Holocaust set out their stall with one agenda, and that was to spread 'Heavy Metal Mania', which was suitably the title of their debut 45 in 1980, followed by the 'Smokin' Valves' single the same year. Releasing their full length debut in 1981, 'The Nightcomers' (CD1) features the raw and untamed energy that would give their NWOBHM peers south of the border a good run for their money, with the self-explanatory 'Death Or Glory', the aforementioned 'Smokin' Valves', plus a re-recording of debut, 'Heavy Metal Mania. As most bands made their money selling albums, touring for an independent band could be an expensive venture for a band based in Scotland, so they made the admirable decision to film and record their 1981 show at the Nite Club in Edinburgh. Retailing at a hefty £29. 95 (well in excess of over £100 in today's money), the 80-minute film did capture Holocaust's raw exuberance, with tracks such as 'Bridge Of Impressions', 'Out My Book' and 'Jirmakenyerut'. CD2 presents the audio soundtrack to the live video, and includes the first airing for the above mentioned classic, 'The Small Hours'. The set is completed with their 'No Man's Land' album and Ed Dudley's Hologram band's 'Steal the Stars' after he left Holocaust in 1983; plus all of the group's original singles and B-sides.
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